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Just a quickie

Chinese Clone (Cazador) 

How often to check wheel bearings? Castellated nuts and do they need greasing regularly or left dry? 

Manual lacking information and only says regularl tightening. 


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If you drive in mud a lot or water than you should grease regular.I do not know what model you have.Some bearings don't come apart.Let me know what model you have.


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Its the yuki cazador 169cc model.2yrs old but not used. just stored.

Also even tho 800km in total I've noticed the front tyres wearing different. the sterring has suddenly become vague. wheels now out of line so going to have to jack it up and reset the geometry. 

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